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Herb Liqueurs

Herbal Liqueurs are very popular, and there are many famous examples often made by Monks, and often made to age old recipes with tens, if not hundreds, of ingredients. Chartreuse and Benedictine are both Monastic liqueurs. A number of herbal liqueurs were first created for medicinal use!

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Made to a recipe created as an elixir for working monks, this is a 1970s bottle of the classic French liqueur Bénédictine D.O.M. - the letters stand for "Deo Optimo Maximo" (To God, Most Good, Most...  More info
£96.00
An incredibly rare 1950s edition of Bénédictine's D.O.M. liqueur. This comes in an old-school "travel flask". Very cool indeed!  More info
An incredible-looking gift set from Bénédictine, and a great reminder of how very different life was in the 1960s… Contained within is a bottle of Bénédictine D.O.M. liqueur, two green D.O.M.-branded...  More info
Centerbe - 1950s
(100cl, 35%)
Centerbe is an Italian liqueur, and its name translates literally as "one hundred herbs", which gives you an idea of how herb-y this stuff is. This is a delicious and very unusual-tasting liqueur…  More info
Produced by the Certosa company in Italy, this is a marvellous bittersweet liqueur flavoured with Chinese Cinchona Calisaya bark. It was bottled many years ago and is rather rare.  More info
£144.00
Anisette made by Chartreuse in 1976 at the distillery in Tarragona, Spain. The monk at Chartreuse were expelled from their grounds in France in 1903 and moved to Spain to start again. This distillery...  More info
£180.00
China Fernet - 1970s
(75cl, 33%)
This is a delicious Italian liqueur. China liqueurs are made with the bark of the Cinchona tree. This is a rare 1970s bottling.  More info
£96.00
Coeur de Génépi
(35cl, 40%)
An aromatic aperitif from the French Alps, Coeur de Génépi is flavoured with wormwood flower heads, which are also used in absinthe although it is not enjoyed in the same way. Coeur de Génépi is...  More info
£27.12
Drambuie - 1980s
(75cl, 40%)
A rare old 1980s bottling of Drambuie liqueur, a classic Scotch whisky liqueur made with heather, herbs and spices. Delicious stuff from West Lothian…  More info
Fans of the classic whisky liqueur, the unmistakable Drambuie, will be excited to see this antique bottle of the tasty drink. We believe that this rare find was produced in either the late 1970s or...  More info
£96.00
A fruit liqueur made with wild bilberries and 43 different herbs. Echt Stonsdorfer dates back to 1810.  More info
£21.09
Edinburgh might not be the first place to come to mind when you think of oranges, but for places where warming drinks like a spiced orange infused gin liqueur may be needed...

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A very old bottle of Amaro liqueur, made in Bologna, Italy. It was produced in the 1960s, meaning it is over 40 years old, but somehow it has remained in great condition. Highly collectible...  More info
£120.00
Fernet Gancia - 1960s
(100cl, 45%)
Although Fernet Gancia might sound like some sort of crazy collaboration between Fernet and Gancia that would surely have turned the drinks world on its head in the 1960s and changed the course of...  More info
£144.00
Fernet-Branca - 1970s
(100cl, 45%)
Fernet-Branca is a legendary digestif from Italy, first made in 1845. Its ingredients include 27 different herbs, and the mix is aged in oak for a year before bottling. This is a 1970s bottling. Fact...  More info
£120.00
This peppermint liqueur from the makers of the renowned bitter Fernet-Branca was made and bottled in the 1970s.  More info
£96.00
This is a 1970s bottling of Fernet-Branca Menta, a peppermint-flavoured liqueur to add an antique mint flavour to your cocktails.  More info
£120.00
A Sotol based liqueur made by Hacienda de Chihuahua.  More info
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£28.20
Hayman's 1820 is an excellent gin liqueur. It was created by Christopher and James Hayman - both descendants from Beefeater gin's creator James Burrough. Very refreshing and crisp with a wonderful...  More info
£17.34
Jägermeister - 1970s
(75cl, 35%)
A 1970s bottling of Jägermeister, bottled for the Italian market. A marvellous digestif…  More info
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Jägermeister - 1980s
(100cl, 35%)
Named for the German for "Master of the Hunt", Jägermeister is a classic liqueur which was first made in the 7th century from a blend of herbs, fruits and spices. This is a very rare bottle from the...  More info
£72.00
A lovely white sambuca from Lazzaroni, made by extracting the essential oils from star anise using steam. This is best served with three toasted coffee beans floating in the glass "alla mosca" -...  More info
£19.53
Leberkleister
(70cl, 30%)
Leberkleister is a herbal liqueur with quite a legend behind it. Apparently, the warming recipe was first made by a shaman who was lost in the wilderness and created it using all the berries and herbs...  More info
£13.95
An Italian Herbal Liqueur, presented in a straw case similar to what you would expect from a Maraschino liqueur. This antique bottle was produced in the 1970s. The small label features a bull dancing...  More info
£66.00
Produced in Italy by the Martini & Rossi company, this China liqueur is made with cinchona bark and various other medicinal herbs. Very rare, this is a large 1.75l 1970s bottling.  More info
£180.00
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